White metal roof

If you live in an area with a hot climate and strong sunlight, then choosing a white roof covering is the most correct choice. Some homeowners are considering a white metal roof. But they don’t know enough about metal roofs.

White metal roof pros and cons

Advantages:

First of all, on the issue of color. One thing to consider when choosing a color is that light colors reflect more heat than dark colors. When the house owner does not want too much heat to be transferred to the room, white is the best choice. White roofs are 50 to 60 degrees cooler than black roofs.

There are two types of metal roofs: metal plates and metal tiles. The installation of metal plates mostly uses adhesives and waterproofing, while the installation of metal tiles mainly uses nails. The main product of JHL stone coated metal roof tiles, which belong to metal tiles. When installing, only need to use nails.

White metal roof
White metal roof

The most popular thing about JHL Stone coated steel roofing tile is that its surface is coated with stone. This means that in strong sunlight, the stone absorbs heat more slowly than metal. When the temperature drops, the heat in the stone will be slowly released, which lasts for a longer time.

Yes, regardless of whether it is a house in a hot or cold area. Only need to choose different colors of colored stone tiles, you can achieve the desired effect, and better maintain the appropriate indoor temperature.

Disadvantages:

If you are not a passionate fan of white roofs, try not to choose pure white roofs. You know, the roof is one of the first lines of defense against the external environment, which means that it is always in contact with pollutants. If you use a white metal roof, its color will be modified by contaminants, which makes you have to clean the roof frequently. Even if your area has a very friendly environment, the footsteps of animals and years of sunlight will affect its beauty. It can be said that white is the most susceptible color.

JHL’s tip: The roof color does not need to be pure white, light-colored series can be used. Appropriate color matching can better express the taste of the homeowner. The most important thing is that each of our tile types supports white stone coating without additional cost.

Classic stone coated metal roof tile
Classic stone coated metal roof tile
Interlocking stone coated metal roof tile
Interlocking stone coated metal roof tile
Roman stone coated metal roof tile
Roman stone coated metal roof tile

The Metal Roof Alliance (MRA) agrees that white roofs are a good idea and provide better reflection (UV). New technology (JHL stone coated metal roofing) though allows darker metal roofs to absorb better heat, using elements that reflect ULTRAVIOLET light.

The ENVIRONMENTAL Protection Agency reports that cooling buildings in the United States costs $40 billion a year, which is a lot of money.

JHL Stone coated steel roof panels have stone coating surfaces that deflect most of the sun’s reflection and reduce heat transfer to your home.

In unusually hot areas like Arizona, homeowners can simply use light-colored stone-coated steel roofing to combine color with the temperature-controlling effects of the stone coating.